|Broadway Open House - 14/December/1950|
Another episode of the first late-night variety program "Broadway open house". With Jerry Lester, Milton DeLugg, Dave Street, Ray Malone, Dagmar, The Mellolarks, Joan Lorre. Guest-star(let): Laurette Luez.
Keywords: Classic TV; NBC; 1950's Television; Live Television; Kinescope; Jerry Lester; Dagmar; 1950
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|Broadway Open House - 30/January/1951|
The first regularly scheduled late-night entertainment program on television. It was the forerunner of "The tonight show" and was broadcast from 5/29/1950 to 8/24/1951. With Jerry Lester, Milton DeLugg, Dave Street, Dagmar, The Mellolarks, Fletcher Peck, etc. Includes some original commercials
Keywords: Classic TV; NBC; 1950's Television; Blatz Beer; Live Television; Kinescope; Jerry Lester; Dagmar; 1951
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|Pantomime Quiz (misc 1955 episode)|
An episode of the light-hearted game show "Pantomime Quiz" from 1955. In this show, eight celebrities play a variantion on the popular "Charades" game. Celebrities include: Richard Egan, Elaine Stritch, Jerry Lester, Lori Nelson, and Hans Conried. Includes original commercials! Sorry for the slight cut-off at the end. This show later changed title to "Stump the Stars".
Keywords: Classic TV; Television 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Pantomime Quiz; Jerry Lester; Stump the Stars; Game Show; Panal Show
|''Cavalcade of Stars'' - 3 June 1950|
An episode of the DuMont Network variety series "Cavalcade of Stars" from 1950, starring Jerry Lester. Special guests include: Paul Winchell & Jerry Mahoney, Jane Pickens, John Garfield, and Kim Stanley. The picture & sound quality is very poor, though.
Keywords: Cavalcade of Stars; Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 50s; DuMont Network; DuMont Television Network; Paul Winchell; Jerry Mahoney; Jane Pickens; John Garfield; Kim Stanley; Jerry Lester
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|AFRS Jubilee! - WA4CZD|
The Jubilee! radio show was broadcast on the Armed Forces Radio Service (AFRS) and featured "Negro" performers. The dates on these files, show numbers, as well as some performer's names, came from the Jubilee! transcription pages by Carl Hallstrom & Bo Scherman: http://home.swipnet.se/dooji/jubilee.htm The Radio Gold Index http://www.radiogoldindex.com DB was helpful too. Any typo or error is mine...
Keywords: World War, 1939-1945 -- Participation, African American; World War, 1939-1945; World War II; Jubilee; AFRS; WWII; jazz; swing; jump blues; otr; Lucky Millinder; The Delta Rhythm Boys; Jimmie Noone; Butterfly McQueen; Ida James; Sister Rosetta Tharpe; Erskine Hawkins; Lena Horne; Nat King Cole; Eddie Anderson; Jean Rogers; May Johnson; James Mitchell; Johnny Taylor; Louis Jordan; Joe Turner; Ammons & Johnson; Harlon Leonard; Teddy Wilson; Thelma Carpenter; Jimmy Rushing; Earl Warren; Cee Pee Johnson; Maurice Rocco; Sir Lancelot; Louis Armstrong; Art Tatum; Fats Waller; Mills Brothers; Thelma Middleton; Barney Bigard; Lionel Hampton; Dinah Washington; Golden Gate Quartet; Johnny Mercer; Timmie Rogers; George Burns; Gracie Allen; Cab Calloway; The 4 Seabees; Bob Crosby; Andy Kirk & his Clouds of Joy; June Richmond; AFRS Orchestra; Duke Ellington; Louis Jordan & His Tympani 5; Fletcher Henderson; Delta Rhythm Boys; Dorothy Donegan; The Charioteers; Eddie Green; Jimmy Baskette; Dorothy Donegan; Bob Parish; International Sweethearts of Rhythm; Jimmie Lunceford; Carmen Miranda; Maxine Sullivan; Eddie South; Jerry Lester Meade Lux Lewis; Hedda Hopper; Ernest Whitman; Joe Sullivan; Elmer Fain; Tommy Dorsey; June Richmond; Butterfly McQueen; Count Basie; Thelma Carpenter; Earle Warren; Al Casey; Ethel Waters; Ted Straeter; Gene Krupa; Rose Chi Chi Murphy; Sam McDaniel; Charlie Barnet; Eddie Heywood; Buddy Rich; Thelma Carpenter; Illinois Jacquet; Billy Eckstine; Coleman Hawkins; Earl Hines; Mantan Moreland; Slim Gaillard; The Loumel Morgan Trio; The Town Criers; Benny Carter; Kitty Kallen; Red Callender; Josh White; The Four Blazes; Illinois Jacquet Sextette; Betty Roche; Jimmy Durante; Helen Humes; Effie Smith; Garry Moore; Andre Previn; Joe Liggins; Hattie McDaniel; Ernest Whitman; King Sisters; International Sweethearts Of Rhythm; Ethel Waters; Johnny Mercer; Nicodemus; The Four Vs; Boyd Raeburn; Ginny Powell; Earl Hines; Ricky Jordan; Tommy Todd; Bobby Sherwood; Liz Tilton; The Modernaires; Cliff Lang; Herb Jeffries; The 4 Chicks & Chuck; Kay Starr; Andre Previn; Vivien Garry; Les Paul; Arv Garrison; Barney Kessel; Frances Glynn; Jay Johnson; Liz Tilton; Paula Kelly; The Modernaires; Stan Kenton; June Christy; The Four Blazes; Max Miller; Shelley Manne; Kai Winding; Judy Carroll; Woody Herman; Jesse Price; Dodo Marmarosa; Joan Benson; Mel Torme; The Saul Davis Trio; The Merry Macs; Gerald Wilson; Mabel Scott; Beryl Davis; Cyril Haynes; Joe Alexander; Earle Spencer; Al Killian; Howard McGhee; Ike Carpenter; Jean Louise; Corky Corcoran; Pete Daily; Martha Tilton; Johnny White; Freddie Davis; Eddie Skrivanek Sextette; Peter Lind Hayes; The Luvenia Nash Singers; Al Killian; Ish Kabibble; Hadda Brooks; Merwyn Bogue; Jane Russell; Roy Milton; Ernie Felice; Lynne Stevens; Ella Mae Morse; Jimmy Rushing; Gene Norman; Will Scott; Johnny Desmond; Peggy Lee; Jane Russell; Kay Kyser; Hadda Brooks; Frankie Laine; Frankie Soputo; Johnny Desmond; Howard Halburt; Nick Delano; Murray McEachern; Lorry Raine; Nellie Lutcher; Kid Ory; Ernie Andrews; Dick Kane; Eddie Robertson; Al Sack; Annette Warrn; The Crew Chiefs; Eileen Wilson; Roy Eldridge; Jesse Price; Woody Herman; Linda Lombard; Opie Cates; Virginia Ginny Jackson; Toni Harper; Jimmy Mundy; Nellie Lutcher; The Mello-Larks; Jean Byron; Basin Street Boys; The AFRS Orchestra; Georgia Gibbs; Herb Jeffries; Keith Williams; Jean Taylor; Jackie Mills; Stan Hasselgard; Rickey Jordan; Vic Dickenson; Kay Starr; Dave Cavanaugh; Ernie Felice; Frances Wayne; Laine Sisters; Matt Dennis; Jimmy Zito; Bobby Troup; Trernier Twins; Jeff Dane; Harry Lubin; Anita Ellis; Walter Gross; Sarah Berne; Doris Butler; Johnny Otis; Joan Barton; Barclay Allen; Johnny Moore; Jimmy Witherspoon; Anita Ellis; Ken Carson; Ella Fitzgerald; Bill Barnett; Tampa Red; The Velvetones; Bob Keen; Frances Wayne; The Neal Hefti Quartet; Jelly Roll Morton; Harry James; Helen Ward; Page Cavanaugh; Earl Hines; Connie Jordan Quartet; Mary Lou Williams; Ray Anthony; Michel Perriere; Georgie Auld; Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires
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